There is a way to rearrange Scenes:
Input monitoring while sampling
It actually really simple:
Go to Group H (which I use for sends and FX) and set a sound to Input Mode. Select the source and leave it.
Now you can go to your sampling routine. Select a pad, enter sampling and start playing your records. While you're sampling, the pad from Group H is still monitoring the input ;)
I bet you didn't knew that, did you ? :D
PS: Input monitoring while in sampling mode is a bloody must. And MAKE IT DEFAULT not optional :)) Because you can't bloody sample while not listening :))
haha thats amazin', at work tho and cannot test but based on what you are saying and the fact you are s-s-s-saying it i am sure it will work..
It's tested man. I sample my electric guitar that way.
I wish I could bring Guitar RIG in Maschine like that :))
Quick tip for those who like to use Maschine as a plug-in in Ableton Live:
I like to have multiple instances of maschine in a set for different "songs", so it's important to be able to activate/deactivate Maschine instances to save resources. When you turn Maschine on via it's ableton device, you get a pop/stutter. This is no good live of course. To get around this (and any other plug-in that causes this), load Maschine inside Kore and set Maschine's 8 outputs to Kore's 8 outputs. For some reason when you turn Kore on and off as an ableton device, it is silent and smooth and causes no hiccup. It's also cool to have 8 channels of Maschine going through Kore for other purposes.
Maschine inside Kore is now the default way I use Maschine.
press duplicate and hold on to it while choosing the sound you like,
press group B and than the pad you want to have the sound on.
i`m going to try this out right know! :)
I'm new to beat making and Mashine.
I saw the video up above and have been trying to figure out for a while now how to do it.
I have a windows OS and am trying to figure out how to sample from my computer to the Mashine.
I was poking around looking for answers and have learned a bit so far...like the guy in the video used Soundflower but that was for Mac.
I ended up getting a program called Virtual Audio Control Panel. Now I realize i'm not really going from the computer to the Mashine but from one program to another...but how do I accomplish this?
Do I need a different program other than the Virtual Audio Control Panel?
It seems like this should work but I guess I'm not getting all the settings right...
Any advice or recommendations...?
^most windows souncards have in their settings a stereo output you can choose for recording.
ok let me try that
merge patterns....theres a workaround i use to merge patterns, its a bit complicated but i prefer this over recreating everything from scratch again...if you f.e. wanna put pattern 2 as a tail to pattern 1
1.highlight the part or the whole pattern u want to move with mouse
2.leftclick on it , drag it while pressing crtl and keep it dragged (u should hold a duplication now)
3.move to the pattern u like to add ur notes to with the hardware, keep it leftclicked dragged
4. drop it
this also works for effects incl. adjustments
Hi groove people !
i have been reading this thread every morning since i received this marvellous maschine ! (yeah clap clap ...)
so thanks for many tips i have found here !
Today i post because i read about some routing , but here is a part of the Maschine possibilities that i still cannot understand (exept the principe ...) so could some one make one or two "real step by step " examples (with an effect , or with a sound ) ?
great thanks by advance ! have fun and make it groove ...
ps : and sorry if my english is bad ; it is not bad it is good french english !